Naturally Good Expo, 29-30 April, ICC Sydney, Darling Harbour

Naturally Good is Australia’s largest trade show for natural, organic and healthy products. Since its inception in 2015, the show has continued to grow and evolve, adapting to market trends. The Complementary Medicines Pavilion will feature over 30 exhibitors showcasing the latest products.

ANTA exclusive complimentary pass

As a supporter of the show, ANTA is pleased to offer all members an exclusive complimentary pass to the exhibition and education program. These passes are valued at $125.

Education Program

Apart from the pavilion, Naturally Good will also run a two day seminar program dedicated to industry practitioners. The program covers over 10 hours of education, research and insights for you to update your skills and knowledge. CPE Points can also be earned by attending these sessions. Some key topics include:
  • Clinical application of underutilised approaches to preconception nutrition
  • Clinical perspective of regulating the endocrine system naturally
  • Protein rich diets, pH and pain signalling
  • The role of vitamin K2 in modulating calcification to support bone and heart health

View the full program here

Easy steps to redeem your free pass:

  1. Fill out your details via the Naturally Good online registration form
  2. Select the “All Access Pass” on page 3, and enter discount code: ANTAALLACCESS
  3. Complete your registration and receive a confirmation email

Note: Each member attending is required to complete an individual registration. You can register up to 5 colleagues during your registration. Online registrations close Saturday 28 April 2018. Accesses to the seminar sessions are free only if you redeem your pass online prior to the show.

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The Natural Therapist

Issue: 32 No.1 | March 2017

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